Vacant Parkhurst land poised for major growth
THE suburb of Parkhurst is set to explode with growth over the coming years.
Knight Frank Principal Neale Crowe said the huge 24.81 ha block of industrial zoned land on 777 Yaamba Rd (Bruce Hwy), in the Parkhurst growth corridor, was perfect for a purchaser with the right vision for the site.
Mr Crowe said the block, which was previously used as a cement site by Queensland Cement, has almost unlimited redevelopment potential for industrial, commercial or retail enterprises.
The location meant it was well poised to capitalise on the future growth direction for Rockhampton - which was northward.
"Rockhampton in its essence has to grow out that way because it's the only flood-free land other than Gracemere,” he said.
Mr Crowe said it was conveniently situated with the Parkhurst Town Centre (anchored by Woolworths) across the road with 450m of invaluable exposure to the soon-to-be upgraded Bruce Hwy.
"We've had good enquiry thus far, because it's a big site, both locally and from the south,” he said.
The offers to purchase close on September 20 at 4pm at Knight Frank.